Hi,

the PostScript plug-in uses ghostscript to interprete PostScript or PDF
files. Make sure you have ghostscript installed. For UNIX there are
usually no additional settings necessary.
For Windows the program gswin32c.exe must be somewhere in the search
path. You may also need to set the environment variable GS_LIB to the
directory where the file gs_init.ps is located.

--Peter

"L. Benkevich" wrote:
> 
> Hi,
>         my problem with GIMP is:
> 
> Gimp does not read *.ps files. It even cannot read a *.ps
> file which was created by GIMP itself! The message is:
> "Cannot interprete"
> 
> Could you help me?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Leo.
> 
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Peter Kirchgessner
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